Review: Moscow Venture by A.K. Celer

Synposis: John Baran’s best friend dies from a bizarre, massive stroke he suffered in Moscow under mysterious conditions. John suspects foul play and goes to Moscow to get answers. Russian interests, determined to guard their secrets, engage the KGB and a GRU seductress to make sure he doesn’t pick up where his friend left off–by…

Blog Tour: Cold as Ice by Maggie Adams

  Blog Tour: Cold As Ice by Maggie Adams Mar 10th – Mar 17th                 He wants her to be his lover…she wants to be his forever. Nick Coalson is abrasive, arrogant, and an absolute dynamo in the bedroom. Problem is, he knows it. Rebecca Morgan is sweet, shy,…

Review: Alibi Aficionado (Edwin Burrows Mystery Book 1) by Harvey Church

Synopsis: Edwin Burrows, CPA, can’t do anything right. Not marriage, not office etiquette, not saving his boss’s daughter, not even public accounting. So when he’s tasked with constructing an alibi for the firm’s biggest client, everyone has low expectations. Including Edwin. In Alibi Aficionado, Edwin Burrows is an accidental investigator, an accountant without tact or…

Review: Devil in the Dark by Chris Lindberg

Synopsis: After a deadly terrorist attack destroys a U.S.-Mexico border crossing in southwestern Texas, Border Patrol Officer Otis Brown and migrant worker Enrique Castillo emerge among the few survivors. When the mastermind behind the attack is revealed to be Javier Oropeza, Mexico’s most infamous drug lord, the Pentagon mobilizes its most skilled strike team –…

Review – Confessions of a Neighbor by Heather Nadine Lenz

Synopsis: What if you lost everyone in your family? When a young ballerina looses her Grandma, she is left completely alone in the world. Her heart yearns for the comfort of family. Alone and desperate, she thinks no one is even aware of her existence in the tiny studio, but someone is watching. It has…

Review – The Origin of F.O.R.C.E. by Sam B Miller II

  Synopsis: The first scout ships of the Chrysallaman Empire made contact in 1947. Their mission was simple: find a suitable planet for colonization. Earth—HG-281—was the perfect target. Rich with land, minerals, and water, the blue planet could boast only of a primitive race of defenders known as Humans, bugs who could be easily squashed by…

Review -Children of Swan:The Land of Taron 1

  Synopsis: It seems that nothing could be worse than waking up one morning to find their parents have disappeared and their young brother Bo bawling his eyes out, but for Jack and Brianna, the squabbling teenage sibling rivals, the worst is yet to come.Much to the bafflement and distress of their children, Marcus and Zelda…

Review – Monarchs and Mendicants by Dan Groat

  Synopsis: Beware of a man who has nothing to lose.A Navy Seal suffering from PTSD and a painful past returns to St. Louis from Afghanistan and loses everything. Homeless, he wants only to find work and be left alone, but he is drawn into a group of street people who are being hunted by a…

Review – A Lethal Time (Samantha Jamison Mystery Book 4)

Synopsis: Samantha is beginning to question her sanity for trying to find something she didn’t know anyone would steal in the first place. How did she end up in another complicated mystery involving a motorcycle rally, horses, a hidden collection, antique books, unexpected alliances, extortion, and threats upon her life? And how did she become a…

Review – The Kiev Connection (Matti James Mystery Series Book 2) by M.A.R. Unger

Synopsis: Forensic facial reconstruction artist Matti James tries to mend a troubled relationship and learn how highly placed her neighbors are within the Russian mob. Two horrific homicides near Las Vegas teach Matti the hard way that killers don’t want victims identified. Worse than that, the female victims are mad as hell they’re dead. After Matti…

Review – Banished Threads by Kaylin McFarren

Synopsis: While vacationing at the stately Cumberforge Manor in Bellwood, England, Rachel Lyons and Chase Cohen attend an elegant dinner party hosted by her uncle, Paul Lyons, and his aristocratic wife, Sara. Before the evening ends, a priceless collection of Morris Graves’s paintings are stolen from her uncle’s popular gallery, throwing all suspicion onto his wife’s…

Review -Dying to Keep It: It’s All About The Money by Donna Thompson

Synopsis: Breanna Dawson, is an orphan who grew up with a burning desire to be wealthy. She survived one foster family after another.  Her nightmare starts when Breanna and her live-in boyfriend, Ben Hatfield, buy a bed-&-breakfast on the rugged coast of Maine. Ben deserts her when Hollister House turns out to be a run-down mansion….